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    KombuchaCHIC Shadiyah's Avatar
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    Mac People! Help with Video Needed.

    I recently ripped a video clip using Mac the Ripper, but now I don't know how to compress the video. I wanted to upload it to Youtube, but it must be too big or something. Does anyone know how to make a video clip smaller without taking away some of the quality?

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    you have to lose quality to youtube it. i do this with QT pro.

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    QT Pro? Is that compatible with VOB files? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadiyah
    QT Pro? Is that compatible with VOB files? Thanks.
    quicktime pro. don't know if it's compatible, although i kind of doubt it.

    i just use qt to 'export the video as'...
    Last edited by botto; 12-16-06 at 12:01 PM.

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    Ok, I think we got it figured out! Thanks!

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    FFmpegX is a great all-around package for converting & crunching videos. The latest MP4 H.264/AAC compression gives the best quality for the smallest file-size. For youtube, you want to resize your video to their final dimensions for best quality 448x336. They'll still re-compress it on their side to FLV-flash format, but without having to resize, the quality is better.

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    Out of curiosity, was this call for help because of this?
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